“Gunsmoke Ranch” is a Western film from 1937, directed by Joseph Kane and starring Robert Livingston, Ray “Crash” Corrigan, and Max Terhune as the Three Mesquiteers.
The film follows the Three Mesquiteers as they investigate a series of robberies and murders that have been plaguing the area around their ranch. The Mesquiteers soon discover that the robberies are being committed by a gang led by a man named Black Bart (played by Harry Woods).
The Mesquiteers decide to infiltrate the gang and gather evidence against Black Bart. They take on new identities and are eventually accepted into the gang, but they must work quickly before they are discovered.
As they gather evidence, the Mesquiteers also work to protect the innocent people who are being targeted by Black Bart and his gang. They engage in a series of shootouts and horseback chases, and even manage to save a dam from being destroyed by the gang.
In the end, the Mesquiteers are able to bring Black Bart and his gang to justice, and peace is restored to the area around their ranch.
“Gunsmoke Ranch” is a classic example of a Western B-movie, featuring plenty of action, shootouts, and horseback riding. The film also features the Three Mesquiteers, who were a popular trio of characters in a series of Western films during the 1930s and 1940s.
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Robert Livingston, Ray Corrigan, Max Terhune